Our programs connect higher education resources to the publishing power of Wikipedia.
Wikipedia Student Program
Our core program supports university instructors who incorporate Wikipedia assignments into their classrooms. Student editors receive an enriching service learning opportunity. Students develop writing, research, critical thinking, and media literacy skills. Along the way, they expand access to free knowledge through Wikipedia. Students have had a measurable impact since 2010. (See more…)
Wikipedia & Wikidata Training Courses
In our courses, we train scholars, scientists, and other professionals in Wikipedia’s technical, procedural, and cultural practices. Upon course completion, participants are able to channel their unique voices to make the site more reliable, factual, and equitable for the benefit of all. (See more…)
In our customized virtual courses, we help organizations engage their members, faculty, or staff in adding content to Wikipedia in a discipline aligned with their values. We will help you harness Wikipedia as a tool for educating the public on the topics you care about most. We also partner with academic associations to target specific disciplines for improvement on Wikipedia. (See more…)
Through the Visiting Scholars Program, university departments create voluntary, remotely accessible research positions. We match those positions to interested Wikipedia editors. The editor creates high-quality articles on topics of interest to both parties. In exchange, the department provides a university login, library database access, and other resources. (See more…)